Green Korea United

Overall description of the stakeholder

Green Korea was founded in 1991 in collective efforts by Baedal environmental institute, Civil Group for Green Korea Recovery, and Green Party Establishment Preparation Committee. These organizations were united together and re-born as Baedal Green Korea. It was April 1996 when the organization was renamed as Green Korea.

Green Korea’s main activities are protecting the mother land, the coastal oceans, and DMZ from ruthless land development and safeguarding the animals and plants. We take nuclear phase out actions, energy transition and the energy independence movements, in order to stop the climate change and realize a nuclear free world. We also monitor the environmental conditions in military camps, in order to prevent the pollutions caused from military activities. We deliver life culture activities to turn our lifestyle and the living environment towards green.      

 

Activities in the field of climate action

  • Coal phase out, Renewable energy transition movement
  • Climate justice activities
  • Raising public awareness in cliamte change
  • Civil actions through solidarity
  • Anti-Samcheok power plant building action

        : Action to cancel the plan of buliding a new coal power plant in Samcheok area in Kwangwon Province

  • Citizen monitoring on the intensive heat

        : Assessment of the intensive heat in the summer on people’s health and suggestions of the alternative policy solutions

  • Introduction to movies on climate crisis  

        : Program of translating with citizens of movies on climate crisis and playing them

  • Green conference – Witnesses of climate crisis

        : Seminar program for citizens to discuss the concerns of those who experience the climate crisis

  • Climate crisis emergency action

        : Civil action program for lobbying the government for an establishment of the right climate policies

 

Stakeholder’s needs

Networking with the European organizations, which we can partner and cooperate with, in order to make changes in the Korea’s climate policy.

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